Stress fractures in runners can be hugely agonising and unbearable and sadly often there is a long delayed in diagnosis.

This interesting blog on pelvic stress factors is useful information for those involved in running. It is extremely well described including how to treat and the different exercises what to do and what not to do

The most important thing is to remember that one must be pain free then one has to start strengthening up the muscles which take a long time if you wish to prevent further re-occurrence of stress fracturing.
This is where all this strengthening and conditioning which is now become such a specialised are and one has to go to experienced practical clinicians and the extraordinary sensible in one’s training programs

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Again way must give full acknowledgement to Beony Mathews  and Glen Robbins for passing on the above paper

 

 

 


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Thank you to PhysioUK Beony Mathew and Glen Robbins

 

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